Posts Tagged: children’s

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Waterstones Children’s Book Prize: LGBT storylines make it onto youth fiction shortlist

Written by: Nick Clark 11/2/16 Jandy Nelson’s ‘I’ll Give You the Sun’ and ‘The Art of Being Normal’ by Lisa Williamson cov...
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Why we have to create more disabled characters in children’s fiction

Author Susie Day grew up in 1980s when her personal experience of people with disabilities was Joey Deacon on Blue Peter. Disability in books was a ca...
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Schools need to do more to improve children’s religious literacy

Written By: Tariq Modood 7/12/15 British society is in serious need of higher levels of religious literacy. The potential for misunderstanding, stere...
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Universal Children’s Day

“The one thing all children have in common is their rights. Every child has the right to survive and thrive, to be educated, to be free from vio...
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RainbowMe Brings Much-Needed Diversity To Children’s Entertainment

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10 Books That Bring Diversity to Children’s Libraries

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Top ten reasons we need to see more diversity in children’s books

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Why Diversity in Children’s Literature Really Matters

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Children’s Book Conquers ‘Large Fears’ of LGBT Community

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Diversity in children’s apps: ‘Gender depictions tend to be very stereotyped’